Aging Together Abbotsford 2016 Conference
A big thank-you to Abbotsford Community Services for organizing this two day event, hosted by Seven Oaks Alliance Church, Friday February 12 & Saturday February 13.
Tabor Village's own Executive Director, Dan Levitt, will be the emcee for the conference geared for baby boomers and seniors.
For more information and to register, please visit:
Christmas 2015 Fundraiser - UPDATE
With your generous support, we met our goal!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Winter 2016 Tabor Village
Happenings at Tabor Village....Click here
Annual Report: For the past 55 years Tabor Village has been providing care from the heart for the elderly in Abbotsford. Spurred on by the vision of Jacob J. Klassen, Jacob P. Martens and abram J. Friesen, the Tabor Home Society was founded in 1959 by members of Mennonite brethren churches in abbotsford, Chilliwack and Yarrow.
Tabor Village News Letter: The stories of God’s restorative powers are encouraging not only in Biblical times, but today, at Tabor Village. Truly, God is the Creator and Giver and Sustainer of Life yesterday, today and forever. And we give Him thanks!
June 5, 2015
Maria is 105 years of age. In her bedroom, the centenarian sits comfortably in a high-back chair with a view of Boston Harbour. Within an arm’s reach is a remote control designed for her with large numbers to enhance independent TV watching. Next to her wall-mounted flatscreen TV is a chalk board..... Click here to read the full article
May 2, 2015
Popularly called ‘BJ’, this 87-year-old North Vancouver resident has shattered marathon records since she began running at 55. At 87 years of age, Betty Jean McHugh holds the world’s record as the fastest senior in her age group. On a recent marathon training run on the hilly North Shore trails, BJ, as she likes to be called, shared with me her secrets to discovering the fountain of youth. She is a celebrity..... Click here to read the full article
"On behalf of my family I wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to all the staff and volunteers who provide kind and caring support to our dear Mom. It is a great comfort for us to know she is safe and in a peaceful spirit despite her many years with dementia. You have become her surrogate family in our absence, and we are eternally grateful. Psalm 41:1 states "How blessed is he who considers the helpless; the Lord will deliver him in a day of trouble." May God richly bless and strengthen you all as you continue to be a blessing to residents in Tabor Home."
~ Phyllis Bolton, daughter of Tabor Home Resident and member of the Family Council.